EArtH Foundation’s operating model is unique and distinct. it has been established to help underprivileged Indian children in villages who do not receive a stable and high-quality educational experience. Poorly managed government schools often lack proper infrastructure, resources, teachers and personnel and these are principal reasons for this outcome. Additionally, parents of these children often work as daily labor and need to move from village to village frequently to find gainful employment. This leads to missed classes, poor attendance and an overall disruption in the education received by these children.
Our focus is to raise the level of quantitative and qualitative education for children while simultaneously addressing the root causes of illiteracy in the villages that we adopt. A major focus in our efforts is the development of skills and values as well as personality development. We focus on the long-term, to ensure that villages we adopt follow a sustainable model to benefit current as well as future generations. This is only possible by securing a buy-in from children, parents and village elders in the villages we work with.
Once success at the village level is achieved, we engage in a continuous cycle of monitoring and feedback to ensure that the momentum achieved is maintained over an extended period of time. We then move onto the next village, in order to replicate our efforts and achieve success once again. While we understand that no two villages are the same, the general process that we follow for our working organization model is as follows:
Before adopting a village
While adopting a village
After adopting a village